The two objects will again be utilized in Siksika ceremonies.
The repatriated item, an “Echenique Disc,” is recognized as the symbol of the city of Cusco in Peru.
Photojournalist Donovan Quintero’s photo essay is the third installment in the online exhibition series Developing Stories: Native Photographers in the Field.
The online festival explores sustainability and innovation in Indigenous agriculture with Native American films, business representatives, and youth leaders.
Indigenous people serve in the US Armed Services at a higher rate than any other group, but their contributions are often diminished. A new memorial in Washington, DC, hopes to change that.
For Native American Heritage Month, the Native Cinema Showcase includes over 60 free online screenings representing 49 Native Nations in 12 different countries.
The National Museum of the American Indian will be hosting two screenings of the documentary More Than a Word alongside a conversation with activist Amanda Blackhorse, who took pro football to court.
“I think they’re very eager to return,” said Lonnie Vigil of Nambé Pueblo, “and so are we to have them back.”
Cannon’s art is not about identity politics, but the layers and contradictions of self-representation in a society that valorizes assimilation and whiteness.
On Saturday, Fractured Lands, a documentary about the Dene activist and lawyer Caleb Behn, will screen at the National Museum of the American Indian.
Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian shared five potential concepts for the permanent monument in Washington, DC.
The 11.5-foot-tall marker, which commemorates the distances protesters traveled, went on view at the National Museum of the American Indian last week.